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21,000 Rohingyas have entered Bangladesh recently: IOM

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Publication Date: 06 December 2016
Media: The Independent 
21,000 Rohingyas have entered Bangladesh recently: IOM


At least 21,000 Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh in the current spate of influx following the recent military crackdown in the Rakhine state of Myanmar, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) disclosed yesterday. Five days after the United Nations (UN) High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) said at least 10,000 Rohingyas had arrived in Bangladesh in recent weeks, fleeing violence in neighbouring Myanmar, the IOM—another UN organisation—announced its estimate based on field observations. It indicated around 21,000 fresh Rohingya arrivals in Cox’s Bazaar, with many others having possibly spread out in Chittagong district. The Myanmar military started a crackdown following an attack on a border outpost of the country’s Border Guard Police (BGP) on October 9. As a result, the Rohingyas, who are facing the brunt of the onslaught, began fleeing to Bangladesh. They are entering the country almost on a daily basis in search of a safe haven. Most of the young male members of the fleeing families are reportedly missing, while many young girls have been raped.
The IOM chief of the Cox’s Bazar district sub-office, Sanjukta Sahany, told The Independent, “Here, in Cox’s Bazar, there are now about 21,000 Rohingyas. I cannot tell you about the whole of Bangladesh.”
“Here, the IOM is coordinating and different UN organisations, including the IOM, UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), World Food Programme (WFP) and different NGOs are at work. All are evaluating their own areas. Our understanding is that about 21,000 Rohingyas have entered,” added Sahany.
She said the assessment was based on the feedback from regular healthcare programmes being run there.
The IOM was providing healthcare services to the newly arrived Rohingyas. It has a 24-hour ambulance service and doctors to look after the refugees, said Sahany.
The IOM distributes medicines, non-food items, water and arranges sanitation facilities for the new arrivals as well those who had come earlier. “The number of Rohingyas entering Bangladesh has fallen in the last two days.” Earlier, the UN had said around 30,000 people had lost their homes in the recent crackdown by the Myanmar military.
The UNHCR said another 20,000 people along with these homeless ones were trying to flee the country, fearing further attacks.
According a report published by the London-based Burmese Rohingya Organisation (BROUK), between October 9 and November 20 this year, a total of 428 people were killed, 192 Rohingya women were raped, 440 Rohingya men were arrested, 120 people were missing, 160 people were beaten up and subjected to physical violence, 1,780 houses and buildings were burnt down, and there were at least 35,000 internal displaced persons (IDPs). Meanwhile, the Bangladesh Boarder Guard (BGB) yesterday sent back four boats, each carrying about 10 to 12 Rohingya refugees, while they were trying to enter through the three border points of Teknaf upazila in Cox’s Bazar, said Lt. Col. Abuzar Al Zahid, commander of BGB Battalion (II).

Shamsuddin Illius
Shamsuddin Illius is a print and online media journalist. He has been working in the field (fulltime) of journalism since 2010. He is very much passionate about journalism since his early age. Currently he is the Bureau Chief-Chittagong at The Business Standard.

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